Central Data Catalog

Citations

1 Hofmeyr, Clare, Nicola Branson, and Murray Leibbrandt. "The matric certificate is still valuable in the labour market." Econ3x3 (2013).
2 Ardington, Cally, Nicola Branson, David Lam, and Murray Leibbrandt. "Explaining the persistence of racial gaps in schooling in South Africa." African Population Studies 25, no. 2 (2011): 509-542.
3 Branson, Nicola, and Martin Wittenberg. "Reweighting South African national household survey data to create a consistent series over time: A cross-entropy estimation approach." South African Journal of Economics 81, no. 1 (2014): 19-38.
4 Branson, Nicola. "An analysis of out of school youth who have not completed matric: What can available data tell us?." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, UCT (2018).
5 Branson, Nicola. "Health and education outcomes for children born to teenage mothers in South Africa." PhD Thesis, University of Cape Town, 2007.
6 Branson, Nicola. "The South African labour market 1995-2004: A cohort analysis.." SALDRU Working Paper , no. 06/07 (2006).
7 Branson, Nicola. "Re-weighting the OHS and LFS National Household Survey data to create a consistent series over time: A cross entropy estimation approach." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 38 (2009).
9 Branson, Nicola, Cally Ardington, David Lam, and Murray Leibbrandt. Credit constraints and the racial gap in post-secondary education in South Africa. 2015.
10 Branson, Nicola, Cally Ardington, David Lam, and Murray Leibbrandt. "Changes in education, employment and earnings in South Africa: A cohort analysis." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 105 (2013).
11 Branson, Nicola, Cally Ardington, and Murray Leibbrandt. "Trends in teenage childbearing and schooling outcomes for children born to teens in South Africa." SALDRU Working Paper Number 98 , no. 98 (2013).
12 Branson, Nicola, Cally Ardington, and Lynn Woolfrey. "Health outcomes for children born to teen mothers in Cape Town, South Africa." Economic Development and Cultural Change 63, no. 3 (2015): 589-616.
13 Branson, Nicola, and Tanya Byker. "Causes and consequences of teen childbearing: Evidence from a reproductive health intervention in South Africa." Journal of Health Economics 57 (2018) 221–235 , no. 57 (2018).
14 Branson, Nicola, Samantha Culligan, and Kim Ingle. Developing Siyaphambili: A stronger South African nation website. Moving towards a unified goal to combat inequality and unemployment. Cape Town, South Africa: SALDRU, 2020.
15 Branson, Nicola, Ariane De Lannoy, and K Brynde. "Review of Youth Labour Market Research." (2019).
16 Branson, Nicola, Julia Garlick, David Lam, and Murray Leibbrandt. Education and inequality: The South African case. 2015.
17 Branson, Nicola, Clare Hofmeyr, and David Lam. "Progress through school and the determinants of school dropout in South Africa." Development Southern Africa 31, no. 1 (2014): 106-126.
18 Branson, Nicola, A Kahn, and A De Lannoy. "Exploring the transitions and well-being of young people who leave school before completing secondary education in South Africa." South African Labour Development Unit Working Papers , no. 244 (2019).
19 Branson, Nicola, and Amy Kahn. "The post matriculation enrolment decision: Do public colleges provide students with a viable alternative? Evidence from the first four waves of the National Income Dynamics Study." SALDRU Working Paper Number 182 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/9 , no. 182 (2016).
20 Branson, Nicola, Dineo Kekana, and David Lam. "Educational expenditure in South Africa: Evidence from the National Income Dynamics Study." SALDRU Working Paper Number 124 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2013/6 , no. 124 (2013).
21 Branson, Nicola, and David Lam. "The impact of the no-fee school policy on enrolment and school performance: Evidence from NIDS Waves 1-3." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit Working Paper Number 197 , no. 197 (2017).
22 Branson, Nicola, and David Lam. "Education: Analysis of the NIDS Wave 1 dataset." NIDS Discussion Paper no. 3 , no. 3 (2009).
23 Branson, Nicola, and David Lam. "Education inequality in South Africa: Evidence from the National Income Dynamics Study." Studies in Economics and Econometrics 34, no. 3 (2010): 85-109.
24 Branson, Nicola, David Lam, and Linda Zuze. "Education: Analysis of the NIDS Wave 1 and 2 datasets." NIDS Discussion Paper 2012/4 2012, no. 4 (2012).
25 Branson, Nicola, and Murray Leibbrandt. "Assessing the Usability of the Western Cape Graduate Destination Survey for the Analysis of Labour Market Outcomes." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 198 (2017).
26 Branson, Nicola, Murray Leibbrandt, and Tia L Zuze. The demand for tertiary education in South Africa. Cape Town, South Africa: SALDRU, 2009.
27 Branson, Nicola, Alicia Menendez, David Lam, Cally Ardington, and Murray Leibbrandt. Revisiting the ‘crisis’ in teen births: What is the impact of teen births on young mothers and their children?. 2015.
28 Branson, Nicola, and Martin Wittenberg. "The measurement of employment status in South Africa using cohort analysis, 1994-2004.." South African Journal of Economics 75, no. 2 (2007): 313-326.
29 Branson, Nicola, and Tia L Zuze. Education, the great equaliser: Improving access to quality education (South African Child Gauge 2012). Cape Town, South Africa: Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, 2012.
30 Kahn, Amy, Nicola Branson, and Murray Leibbrandt. "Returns to English skills in the South African labour market." SALDRU Working Paper No. 251 (2019).
31 Lam, David, Cally Ardington, Nicola Branson, and Murray Leibbrandt. "More financial aid is not the best way to close the racial gap in tertiary education." Econ3x3 (2014).
32 Mosomi, Jacqueline, Amy Thornton, and Nicola Branson. "Unpacking the potential implications of Covid-19 for gender inequality in the SA labour market." SALDRU Working Paper , no. 269 (2020).
33 Whitelaw, Emma, and Nicola Branson. "Private transfers and graduate responsibilities: Evidence from the National Income Dynamics Study." SALDRU Working Paper , no. 270 (2020).
Copyright DataFirst, University of Cape Town